So it’s here. Finally. After some persisting issues with my general uselessness…
now been ascertained (a year ago actually) and accepted- “that we are all from stardust”. The first lifeforms on earth were made of stardust and this is how our evolution and origin fit into the equation. *Raises an eyebrow* Reality begs to differ.
I was reading an article where physicists were trying to explain how all of us are made of stardust, billion-year-old carbon. I suppose that’s just tad nicer than saying “we are from the apes”. And ape species that still exist today apparently failed to evolve. Shame. No, I’m sure there is some harebrained explanation for this in Darwin’s Bible.
And I’m not quite sure how to process this bit of news-break. The structure of the whole physical cosmos is stardust, which in essence, is stuff produced when a star explodes at the end of its life cycle- a supernova as we know it. And Earth and all the planets are a result of this explosion and other matter in outer space.
We know for certain we’re from the earthly dust and to dust we will return. So if earth is star stuff, does that mean we really have stardust in our origins (skipping the evolution junkyard of course)?
Care to explain, anyone? I’ll be back with some digging into the matter…